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We Were Soldiers

“An annoyingly patronizing and generalised account of events that resorts to a number of cliché's associated with the genre. Performances are hit and miss however the many battle scenes are intense and extremely graphic. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to The Iceman
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The Iceman

“Inaccuracies to the story aside this is an intriguing biography about the disturbingly stark contrast between one man's personal and professional life. Although it feels rushed in places, it's well structured and performances are menacing. ”

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Reign of Fire

“A unique premise of medieval folklore woven into a post-apocalyptic setting that's highly entertaining with many exciting action sequences. Despite some clumsy dialogue it's a terrific popcorn flick with impressive CGI that holds up well today. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Night Moves
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Night Moves

“A very subdued drama with a strong environmental theme. Opposing viewpoints are briefly expressed along with an anti-extremist message that's realistically shown through the lead character. The simplistic style of filming adds a natural quality. ”

Kevin Bechaz
12 daysReply
A History of Violence

“An intelligent thriller depicting violence in a most realistic sense and it's effects on those affiliated. Making the point that one can never escape their past when acts of violence are involved. Worth watching for Viggo Mortensen's transformation alo...”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Hunger
14 daysReply
Hunger

“A shockingly graphic and confronting drama that to great effect relies mainly on disturbing imagery and precise camera work to tell its harrowing story. The many lingering shots give the audience a very realistic perspective of events.”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to 3 Women
16 daysReply
3 Women

“A hypnotic dream-like piece filled with striking symbolism that uses the setting of an underpopulated desert community as a metaphor for human isolation and the desperation for social acceptance. Well-crafted and ambiguous.”

Kevin Bechaz
16 daysReply
Race with the Devil

“What begins as a carefree road trip suddenly turns into a seemingly endless nightmare driven by fear and paranoia. The simple premise is effective with realistic reactions from the central characters as they discover that evil is never far behind.”

Kevin Bechaz
18 daysReply
The Grand Budapest Hotel

“An absurd comedy taking place its own universe that's full of rich, colour characters and the most witty of one liners. Visually it's an impressive work of art. Every shot framed perfectly, each appearing like a priceless painting. ”

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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2

“Taking a much darker turn and delivering a lot for it's short run time, it's a satisfying conclusion filled with social and political satire making it enjoyable on multiple levels. Animation is simple in style but very suitable. ”

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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1

“Catering to fans young and old this mature animated feature realistically confronts our hero with his own mortality while still delivering what one would usually expect in regards to action and plot. Although voice acting is very hit and miss. ”

Kevin Bechaz
19 daysReply
Omen III: The Final Conflict

“This much under appreciated final instalment reverts back the story's more biblical roots and the battle between good vs. evil, combined with a subtle ambiguous nature. Much of the film's success is due to the exceptional lead performance.”

Kevin Bechaz
19 daysReply
The Enemy Below

“A dramatic high seas duel between two opposing forces that's approached intelligently with an emphasis on psychology and the art of strategy naval warfare. There is cleverly neither a protagonist nor antagonist, just two duty-bound men.”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to RoboCop
20 daysReply
RoboCop

“An experientially well made sci-fi action film that still impressed to this day. Filled with many clever moments social satire, much of which is still relevant. It's offers a rather grim look at the consequences of a city being run by a mega corporatio...”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Fargo
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Fargo

“A darkly comedic thriller with a peculiar homely atmosphere that stands as one of the most definitive films by the Coen brothers. With a unique and unconventional plot mixed with witty dialogue from a series of odd characters, it's highly entertaining. ”

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